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Reptor is a utility program written in Perl, intended to aid the analysis of Raptor Firewall logfiles
Reptor is a utility program written in Perl, intended to aid the analysis of Raptor Firewall logfiles. It can generate traffic summaries and alert messages based on customizable conditions.
The majority of information recorded in a Raptor Firewall logfile is statistical connection detail. At least one such entry is written to the logfile for each connection that is made through the firewall.
These entries contain details such as source host, destination host, time of day, duration of connection, protocol utilized, and number of bytes transferred. Reptor uses this data to generate reports.
By default, the Raptor Firewall software creates a new logfile each day, so the normal reporting unit for Reptor is "one day". Unless otherwise directed, Reptor will process the logfile for the previous day. For further details, refer to the About page.
Note: Reptor has been tested with logfiles generated by Raptor Firewall versions 4, 5, 6, 6.5, and 7.
What's New in This Release:
added configuration file environment variable substitution
added rbl_summary feature
added alert on bandwidth and related show_bandwidth features
added inclusion of configuration in HTML output as a comment
added progress meter
recognize Mobile users with @ in the userid
tag HTTPS URLs as "unknown" to avoid empty values
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